Youth Trap Team State Finals

SSC Life Member Robert Deitz’ son participated in the state finals at Stockton Trap and Skeet Club on Saturday, June 17th. The El Dorado Team participated in the CYSSA competition in 100-degree weather. They did their round of 50, then waited for the other teams to shoot until they got their second-round in. Two of their team members got 24 out of 25! Way to go Team El Dorado!

The AWLS Experience

Philip Hartvig, Science Instructor at Ponderosa High School attended the AWLS program in Jackson, WI this year which SSC sponsored. Philip was kind enough to express his appreciation and share his experience with the chapter: “To all concerned chapter members, My name is Philip Hartvig. I am a public High School Science Teacher from Ponderosa High School in Shingle Springs, California. I recently attended the American Wilderness Leadership School in Jackson Wyoming June 9-16, 2017. First, I would like to thank all those involved in making this opportunity available to me, and to all the staff and sponsors who helped make the experience as rich and educational as it was. I went to this even

Hunter's Corner: Jamie Susslin

Life is busy for everyone, especially the SSC type, however, devoted SSC Board Director Jamie Susslin showed remarkable professionalism and integrity by responding to my interview call while out in the woods on a hunting trip. “Let’s do this article!” I was surprised and excited to hear the words. SSC Member Jamie Susslin has been a huntress from the start. Receiving a BB gun at age 6 when she lived in Pennsylvania, she could enjoy the pursuit of the classic little critters, birds, chipmunks, and squirrels. She graduated from BB to bullet when she received a .22 rifle at 10 years of age. Children treasure their first firearm experiences, which are essential to developing skills and nurturing

SCI & SSC Representation at Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Event

Once again, SCI Representatives and SSC Board members (along with Golden Gate) supported this clay shooting event this year on June 22nd, which was held at the Wing and Barrel shooting club in Sonoma. This event supports this organization that provides advice, support and information for the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC). Contacts were made, friendships were developed and ideas were discussed on what we can do as hunters to move forward in this state. To find specific information about the elected officials working to protect and advance the sportsmen's traditions in your state, see their website at

2017 Clay Day

This year was definitely a record breaker! With 260 pre-registered and a total of 279 actual shooters, this was our most memorable Clay Day event yet! As usual, a big thanks to Birds Landing for hosting the event, our sponsors and donors, and most of all to our members who participated. We are always looking for feedback to make this event a success, so please be sure to send any recommendation to us at

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